Chances are that your cylinders will not be straight to just take a honing, so they will need to be bored. A standard bore is .030 and then you will need oversized pistons and rings at a minimum. If you are going to be boosting it then I would get a completely forged bottom end (pistons, rods, crank). There are several companies out there that offer these kits at a fairly reasonable price. I would talk with your machine shop when you figure out the kit that you want as there may be some machining they will have to do to make it all perfect. If you are mechanically inclined you cab put the engine together, just follow steps in a Haynes or chilton manual when it comes to checking bearing tolerances and ring gaps as well as torque specs. As far as feeling a power differences, well that depends. If your engine was that tired that it needed a rebuild then you will probably feel a little, but nothing like when you throw a charger on it.